Also called Lunuganga Estate, this too is part of the Bawa legacy as the home of Geoffrey Bawa himself. What’s most interesting about this space is that it didn’t just serve as his house. It was where he experimented with architecture, consistently updating and modifying its structure and coming up with new ideas which in turn helped shape his career. This has made the building an incredibly unique and illustrious one, now home to his wonderful creations as opposed to him. Though he passed in 2003, the home itself is open to the public, and a must-see if you’re interested in art, architecture, design or history in general.
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